James Joyce Foundation
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This is a retro hang-out place.
Restaurant Zum Kropf
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Augustinergasse 9 · interesting places nearby
James Joyce Foundation information
James Joyce spent much of WWI in Zürich and wrote Ulysses here. This foundation, which boasts Europe's largest Joyce collection, hosts regular English-language readings of his work on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.